Martin “Marty” Taylor represents financial institutions, companies, and other parties in almost all aspects of syndicated and single bank financings, including representation of agents, participants, senior lenders, mezzanine lenders, and junior lenders, as well as borrowers, principals, and guarantors. These representations include new financings, modifications, workouts, restructurings, bankruptcies, liquidations, foreclosures, and OREO and note sales, as well as the enforcement of (or as applicable, the defense against) pre-judgment and post-judgment rights and remedies with respect to a wide variety of secured and unsecured financial obligations.
Marty concentrates his financial institutions practice on real estate finance, with substantial experience in a wide variety of real estate sectors, including hospitality, multi-family, office, retail, industrial, master planned communities, condominium projects (both commercial and residential), single family residential developments, and mixed-use projects.
With more than 30 years of experience, Marty has represented financial institutions, developers and other clients throughout the years in both vibrant economies and in recessionary economies, including the severe real estate recession in the 90s, the booming real estate market in the early 2000s and the great recession. Marty’s experience throughout the varying market conditions over the years has given him in-depth knowledge and understanding of both the technical aspects and practical applications of structuring, negotiating, documenting, and closing complex real estate financing transactions, as well as with respect to the various rights, remedies, defenses, and various available strategies of the parties involved in a stressed or failed financing transaction.
- Real estate finance
- Mezzanine lending
- Financial restructuring and insolvency